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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Skillet, Sep 22, 2018.
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Harmony “John Deer” Bass Guitar
It's a tunable, corn swagglin' decobbing right handed butter maker.
Obviously...it's a prototype Tractor.
Think of the tones it could harvest!
I'd play it.
I totally want to do this with a guitar...My Strat is close, but not quite the right shade of green...
That model’s probably obscure enough for not many people to get it. Good job nonetheless
At Walmart a couple of weeks ago and my son picked out blue and orange for a guitar project. I said I would rather paint it John Deere green and yellow, and he walked down the aisle a bit and said "well here you go!" as he handed me the cans...
I LOVE IT! Just a little far to drive. It's not quite done. I have several other ways to make it more tractor-like.
Needs to be put out to pasture.
Once you bolt the tiller on the back of it, no more neck dive.....
Uhhh... the headstock will be a tiller. It'll need a driving light on the lower bout to balance it.
It is a John Deere combine. With GPS. (I know that a combine and planter are very different things, and GPS is useful for the one but less so for the other. But I'm also a city boy, so may be very wrong.)
Before we actually go into full Agrarian mode, shouldn't we ID the chassis?
Like it wouldn't have a data plate on the back.
what is the best bass for harvesting carrots?
After the harvest is in I’m going to make a corn belt.
I didn't know Navistar International was still making agricultural products, much less basses. They must be learning from Yamaha.
That headstock shape looks like the one Arbor basses used to have. Slaughter, bro. Dana Strum.
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